Mongolian Anti-Corruption TV Series “Water Flows Up” Premieres in Ulaanbaatar
Ulaanbaatar, April 30, 2014 — On Thursday, April 24, anti-corruption TV series “Water Flows Up” premiered at Tengis Cinema in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. The 28-episode series is based on fictional characters, institutions, and events. The series has been produced by the Foundation through the USAID-funded Strengthening Transparency and Governance in Mongolia (STAGE) in partnership with the Zorig Foundation, Globe International, and NTV to provide messages to the public on the negative effects of corruption, money laundering, and conflict of interest. The series aired on NTV beginning on April 28.
The Foundation in Mongolia is committed to its work to improve lives, expand opportunities, and help societies flourish within a dynamic and developing Mongolia and across the region.
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